Louisiana Woman Gang-Raped, Strangled By Mexican Nationals
- 2010/05/13 01:18:32
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THIBODAUX — Hours after his ex-wife went missing, Chris Fillinich walked through the abandoned house where she spent her last terrifying minutes and found an earring.
The star-shaped pearl earring confirmed for him that Angela Laudun had been inside, but it wasn't until later that he learned the disturbing details of her time there.
Four immigrant workers are accused of raping and killing Laudun, a 33-year-old from Cut Off, early Saturday morning inside that Galliano house, a place they had been hired to repair, authorities said.
The suspects then allegedly put her dead body in a Ford Explorer, drove south and hid her body in the woods off La. 3235 near Golden Meadow.
Gonzalo Cortes, 20, Esdras Garcia, 21, Luis Nava, 28 and Jose Moreno, 23, are each charged with first-degree murder and aggravated rape. The suspects, Mexican nationals working in Houma, remain at the Lafourche Parish jail. Each is being held in lieu of a $1 million bond.
"Louisiana Woman Gang-Raped, Strangled By Mexican Nationals"
That's just a sample of what Arizona has had to deal with. They claim there are 12 million illegals roaming around within the United States. Having resided in three border states, I'd say there's more like 40 million illegals. Ridiculous, you bet. By not securing our Southern borders, our government have let all of Americans down.
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